Three former executives at Anglo Irish Bank have been found guilty of conspiring to hide accounts; Up to four men have been injured in a stabbing incident at a direct provision centre in Limerick; The Taliban has elected a successor to leader Mullah Mohammad Omar. These are some of the latest and most read news stories on irishexaminer.com this evening.
Three former Anglo executives found guilty of conspiring to hide accounts
Three former executives at Anglo Irish Bank have been found guilty of conspiring to hide accounts connected to former chairman Sean FitzPatrick.
Up to four injured in stabbing at Limerick direct provision centre
Up to four men have been injured in a stabbing incident at a direct provision centre in Limerick City.
Woman tells of pain as image of addict brother appears online
A woman has spoken of the pain of seeing a photograph online of her homeless heroin addict brother sprawled unconscious on a car bonnet in Cork city centre.
WATCH: The perfect ad to remind you why you love the Premier League
We are a little over a week away from the start of the new Premier League season - and Carlsberg’s new ad is just the thing to get you in the mood for it all.
PADDY HEANEY: Fermanagh betrayed by patronising qualifier system
Sunday’s All-Ireland quarter-final between Dublin and Fermanagh isn’t so much a football fixture, it’s more of an exercise in futility.
Taliban picks new leader after Mullah Mohammad Omar's death
The Taliban has elected a successor to leader Mullah Mohammad Omar, who has been confirmed dead by officials in Afghanistan.
Dentist who killed Cecil the lion 'in hiding' as he shuts up shop
A dentist who has become the target of worldwide outrage for hunting and killing a protected lion in Zimbabwe has advised his patients to seek care elsewhere as he remained in hiding amid protests at his US clinic.
Government has simply poured money down the drain
Ministers must know the game is up and that the ruling by Eurostat has completely removed the rationale for Irish Water and water charges, writes Michael Taft.
Inside the emotions of Inside Out
The latest Disney/Pixar movie, ‘Inside Out’, is wowing both adults and children for the way it looks inside an 11-year-old’s mind. But what do psychologists think of the show? Richard Fitzpatrick found out.
WATCH: The terrifying moment a man threatens police officers with an 8 inch knife
The moment a man swung a huge knife at police was captured on film - and it’s pretty frightening.
Everything you need to know about a blue moon
“Once in a blue moon.” You’ve probably uttered the phrase without thinking too much of its etymology safe in the knowledge that it means something rare is going on.
Irish economy back at 2007 size, CSO figures show
The Irish economy grew faster than expected last year, according to official figures from the CSO - and is now at pre-financial crisis size.
Tech firms ‘have an edge’
Irish technology firms have a number of key advantages that could see them outlast competitors in the US and further afield, new research suggests.
Ryan Tubridy to take over John Murray show
Ryan Tubridy is moving back to RTÉ Radio One from 2FM to fill the slot left vacant by John Murray's retirement.
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